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Sep 24, 2012 12:00am PDT
eastern end of the united states. so they ran an ad with a guy with a saw sawing off the eastern edge of the continent. they have thought 47%, let's cut off that part. >> the republicans are heading for the purification ritual complete with human sacrifices. chris: is romney the sacrifice? >> there was a grit bit of clint eastwood has created an imaginary president who is a radical muslim socialist. now mitt romney has created an imaginary electorate. chris: you wrote about it. >> where 47% are moochers. this is a part that has lost touch with reality. i think that the interesting question going back to what bob was saying before is what happened if romney loses. obama is going to be in a position to make a deal. he is going to be in the second term. he is playing for history. >> one of the biggest problems is that it does not look like there will be enough of that decisive victory to give either side a real upper hand. you will see more of this gridlock confrontation. what could change that if there is enough public pressure that it can't go on yet for another term. if there is
Sep 9, 2012 10:00am EDT
president of the united states. he's too greedy and too disconnected from concerns of the average american. the romney campaign are also running an intensely negative campaign, not based so much on obama's personal characteristics, his values or the idea that he's somehow in some sort of fundamental way corrupt. whereas the obama people are calling romney a charlatan, suggesting he might be a felon because of the -- how he's handled the bane issue, as stephanie cutter did. that's aimed at tearing him down personally. but i don't have any sympathy for romney, that's what he did. the republicans did that. chris: you keep count in the campaign of what romney said every day. do they feel they lost the edge they had coming out of tampa? >> the oconventions were so close together. they had been telegraphing they expected a convention bounce and when they got to tampa, expectations were being tamped down. since the democrats followed so close on his heel. one reason they're so confident, the democrats, that is, is in part because they feel they've done a good job over the summer of laying out all
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